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The Queen of the Marsh
This 13th-century church has a tall, slender spire, which for centuries has guided sailors along the Lincolnshire coast, giving the church the nickname of ‘The Queen of the Marsh’.
The building is mainly 13th-century, but the tower and spire were added somewhat later, and many windows were inserted in the 15th-century.
It’s spacious interior contains a superbly 15th-century font carved with the instruments of the Passion.
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St Peter’s Church, South Somercotes
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